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Zac Brown Band’s album “The Comeback” is a throwback to the GRAMMY-winning group’s roots and a … [+] reflection on the past year. Danny Clinch When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States early last year, frontman Zac Brown of the Zac Brown Band made the difficult decision to cancel the group’s concerts in 2020. …

During Hispanic Heritage Month, which ran from September 15 to October 15, some Baldwin residents discovered the monolith that is the Hispanic community at school and library events, while others didn’t were unaware of this ethnic celebration. Residents took to social media to discuss the Hispanic heritage celebrations at Baldwin. David Feldman wrote: “When I …

NEW ULM – Donald Charles Wilfahrt, 96, passed away peacefully on October 8, 2021 surrounded by his family after a brief COVID-19 illness. A private funeral service will be held at the Catholic Cemetery in New Ulm with Father Shawn Polman as officiant. The Comrades of Valor Guard of Honor of the New Ulm Region …

The Arlington Heights Community Concert Band, in partnership with District 214 Community Education, presents the first of four indoor concerts at 3 p.m. on Sunday, October 24. The fall concert will feature the premiere of the group’s new conductor, Pietro Pisello, who is in his eighth year of music education and is currently the group …

SUPERIOR – With their manes and tails flying through the air, the wild horses trot, gallop and gallop past the buzzing and weaving helicopter. The gang of five dodges and jukes as the helicopter spins back and forth trying to lead them towards two hundred meter long jute fences arranged in a “V” shape. At …

American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, whose concerts in Israel have been repeatedly postponed due to the global pandemic, appear to have confirmed on Monday that they will not play shows in the Jewish state until at least until 2023. The legendary group was scheduled to perform in Israel in June 2020, but postponed …

The Kentuck Festival of the Arts will return after a pandemic year of its fall collage of sights, sounds, flavors and textures for tens of thousands of people walking, shopping and playing in Kentuck Park. Given the COVID-19 sweep, the Kentuck Art Center in downtown Northport generated what it could last fall, hosting a virtual …

The Indian Health Service announced this week that black Native Americans in the Seminole Nation, known as the Freedmen, will now be eligible for health care through the federal agency, which previously denied them vaccinations against coronaviruses and other care. The policy shift comes as the Biden administration and members of Congress pressure the Seminole …

As the fall festival begins to wind down, here’s a list of things you can do this weekend in all tri-states. Friday Art in the green Friday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. French Lick Town Green. Free entry. This annual art exhibit …

Savannah Muniz, 17, Emari Johnson, 17, and Zachary Rivera, 17, Odessa high school students, play an original song called “Bleu’s Clues” written together during the International Baccalaureate music class at Odessa High School. In Seth Bedford’s International Baccalaureate Music Course, students research well-known songs, research them, and write their own songs. Bedford, the Odessa High …